A stone's throw from the Triad
Stoneville, the County’s smallest town, stretches along the US Highway 220 corridor, just below the Virginia state line. In the early 1800s settlers developed the community originally known as Mayo, which grew around the general store of Thomas and Pinkney Stone. The town incorporated in 1877 as Stoneville and tobacco was also its major economic force. The construction of the Roanoke and Southern railway also brought prosperity to the town. Today, Stoneville’s economy is based on textiles and small businesses.
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